Ep. 1-4: Suburban Gardening with Curtis

Over the New Year’s weekend I sat down with my brother, Curtis, to talk about his garden for a little while. He gardens in zone 8a/b in the DFW area of Texas near where we grew up. He’s got a typical suburban lot but has done a lot of great things with it! We covered quite a bit in 30 short minutes: chickens, composting, vegetable gardening, growing wheat, flower gardening, and a smattering of other goodies!

The audio quality should be better this go around as I got a new microphone for Christmas. However, you can still hear kiddos in the background at times—that’s the perils of podcasting with little ones, even if the door is shut! Show notes are below!

Ep. 1-3: Garden Planning for 2016

In today’s episode I sat down with my husband Chris to talk about our garden plans for 2016! We ran through topics such as composting, beekeeping, pruning fruit trees, managing native habitats, the vegetable garden, and being friendly with snakes. Show notes are below with some more detailed information on what we talked about!

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Music: ‘True North’ by Adam Selzer

Show Notes:
+Composting: Compost Pile Update
+Beekeeping: Bee Day & 2015 Honey Harvest
+Snakes: Friends not Foes, a post I wrote. Living Alongside Wildlife is a great website for learning about snakes and differentiating venomous versus non-venomous. Don’t Kill Snakes via the Wandering Herpetologist.
+Carnavale Apple
+Dawn Redwood information

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Ep. 1-2: A Conversation with my Mom

In this podcast I sat down with my mom to talk a little bit about my grandmother and her relationship to gardening. My grandmother passed away in August 2013 and as I recorded this episode I was kicking myself for not doing something similar with my grandmother while she was still alive. Mom and I could have delved further into gardening talk, not only about my grandmother but about other family members that I did and didn’t know. I will probably have my mom back on in the future to talk a little more about those memories because I think they are valuable to discuss and to tell the stories even if they are from a third person narrative.

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Show Notes:

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  • A photo of my grandmother with what appears to be gladiolus.
  • Information about schoolhouse lilies
  • I found more background information on the Tandy Lake that was mentioned in the podcast. My grandmother wasn’t crazy! It was actually really interesting to go down the rabbit hole of history for that area my parents grew up in. Definitely fascinating to get to know a bit more about Ft. Worth.
    + A very old write-up about the Polytechnic area and the old Poly prairie.Poly alumni page
    + A very interesting website that digs deep into the history of Ft. Worth and a specific page about Tandy Lake and the development of the area.
    +Tandy Hills, what’s left of the prairie in Ft. Worth. This is a great park in the midst of suburban Ft. Worth! Very much worth exploring. A few posts I’ve written about Tandy Hills: Fresh Air at Tandy Hills, Nature in the City: Tandy Hills Natural Area, Awaiting Spring at Tandy Hills, Early Spring at Tandy Hills

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